Event: Ethnic Arts Marketplace to Benefit Lompoc Museum
Date: Friday & Saturday, November 7 & 8
Time: Friday: 1 - 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Place: Stone Pine Hall, 210 South H Street, downtown Lompoc (off-street parking behind building)
The Lompoc Museum is holding its third biennial Ethnic Arts Marketplace in downtown Lompoc on Friday and Saturday, November 7 and 8. The public is invited to come and shop for unique gifts from around the world in an exotic bazaar atmosphere - while supporting the Lompoc Museum. We are very pleased to once again welcome the participation of Ester La Pollo of Mama Afrika to this year’s event.
All items in the bazaar have their own unique story. Available items include jewelry, clothing, wall hangings, pottery, wood carvings, tribal masks, purses, belts, textiles, baskets, puppets, dolls, musical instruments, sculptures, American Indian art, ethnic Christmas ornaments, and much more. These items are from countries throughout Central and South America, Africa, and Asia as well as from ethnic groups within Europe and Native American Indian tribes. This year’s Marketplace will once again have items collected from cultures around the world.
We invite you to stop by and discover that perfect “one-of-a-kind” gift for someone special, perhaps even yourself!